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Old 08-09-2014, 10:28 AM
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Deleting/Moving fuel bowl?

I have the BPD remote oil filter system. If I were able to move or remove the secondary fuel filter from it's present location, I could get the oil and fuel filter bowl out of the way and free up some space above the block. I'm wondering if something like a FASS and Reg Return Kit would allow me to remove the whole pedestal, is there other options, etc?
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A regulated return would allow a complete elimination of the upper filter housing.
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A regulated return would allow a complete elimination of the upper filter housing.
Which one? I had a look and the one I seen integrate with the current fuel filter bowl setup.

Further, what would happen with the filter itself?
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Old 08-09-2014, 11:38 AM
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Which one? I had a look and the one I seen integrate with the current fuel filter bowl setup.

Further, what would happen with the filter itself?
Any higher end regulated return would delete the fuel bowl. You route your return from the heads to the regulator then off to the tank. You would be better off getting a new filter pump setup and feed the new pump to the heads and the return from the back to the regulator
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Any higher end regulated return would delete the fuel bowl. You route your return from the heads to the regulator then off to the tank. You would be better off getting a new filter pump setup and feed the new pump to the heads and the return from the back to the regulator
Ok. Thanks for that. Anything you'd recommend off the top of your head?
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Ok. Thanks for that. Anything you'd recommend off the top of your head?
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